Hawk watch count data may be entered online at http://hawkcount.org/, HMANA’s hawk watch count database. Hourly and/or daily count totals can be entered online via the web site or submitted as .xls spreadsheets.
If your watchsite is already active at hawkcount.org, consult your watchsite or project leader for access.
HMANA Count Reviewers – Fall 2016
The HMANA Data Committee and Board have finalized reviewers of HawkCount for Fall 2016. These reviewers will scrutinize data entry in an effort to reduce errors and encourage documentation of rare species observations. Prior to the shift to digital data entry, HawkCount paper forms were previously reviewed for accuracy. The reviewers listed below by state, province, or region have kindly volunteered to serve in this capacity in fall 2016. Contact Gerald J. Niemi (email@example.com), Chair of the HMANA Data Committee with any questions.
|Zach Smith||Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New Brunswick, Quebec|
|Paul Roberts||Connecticut, Massachusetts|
|Andy Mason, Tom Salo||New York|
|Laurie Goodrich, Holly Merker||Pennsylvania|
|Brian Wargo||North Atlantic Coast: Delaware, Maryland, Virginia|
|Tom Reed||New Jersey|
|Vic Laubach||Virginia (Kiptopeke), North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama|
|John Barker||Eastern Ontario|
|Markus Mika||Arkansas, Manitoba, Michigan, Minnesota, Western Ontario, Wisconsin|
|Neil Paprocki||Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Wyoming|
|Arthur Green||Florida, Texas, Mexico, Belize, Panama|